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Oregon Zoo

4001 Southwest Canyon Road, Portland, OR 97221, USA
Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonLesser Flamingo. I don't know what's so "lesser" about them, these things are monstrous. And hard to take one's eyes off. They live in an open-air...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonFun for all agesOregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonMalayasian Sun Bear Hands down, the saddest-looking creature at the zoo...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonAmerican Black Bear I do not know what a bear thinks. I cannot know what a bear thinks. But I really wish I could tell what this bear was thinking.Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonThey also have a pair of these beautiful characters at the zoo. But, as you can imagine, being captive makes them a little...itchy.Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonSo, the cat is gone. When your house is suddenly bereft of a presence it has known for well over a decade, a quiet and affectionate soul whose...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonTo be frank, the only reason I was at the Oregon Zoo was because my company was having a party there after hours. 'Twas a fun party, with lots of...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonI believe this is a song sparrow, but I know of at least five people who will tell me if I'm wrong. It was out on the pathway, picking up seeds and...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonSnack time at the Chimpanzee enclosure pairs these agile, intelligent creatures with bouncing oranges. Remaining stoic is not an option.Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonA recluse even in its own cage, the Bobcat made it difficult to get a good glimpse, much less anything but the most rudimentary photograph.Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonHamerkop This bird is the only member of its own genus and family. It lives in Arabia, Africa and MadagascarOregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonA pair of Sacred Ibis battling over a scrap of meat. Actually the battle is over, and the one flying away has claimed the spoils.Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonI believe this is an Emerald Starling. The zoo lists all of its animals on its web site, though I've found the list to be incomplete. This...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonAmerican Black Bear When my grandfather was alive, this is how he would sit at the dining-room table after one of his family's enormous holiday...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonCalifornia Condor giving itself a bath. Note the nictitating membrane on the eyes. This is a second eyelid possessed by many birds and a few other...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonI'll post other photos from the zoo from time to time, but, for now, I'll leave you with this story. While heading for the exit after a long day of...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonThe California Condor was a common sight along the Columbia River in Lewis and Clark's day. By the early 1980's, there were only twenty-two left on...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonMalaysian Sun Bear ...though surprisingly agile. That sad face is characterisic of this species, and probably not an indication of its state of mind.Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonChimpanzee Until today, I thought this image represented a soulful plea to be left in peace, which I did, by the way, immediately after. However,...Oregon Zoo, Portland, OregonOregon ZooPortland, OregonThe Polar Bear Stare in Portland, OR - #animal, #animals, #bear, #bears, #beauty, #beautiful, #fun, #mirror, #mammal, #mammals, #polar, #water, #furry
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